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(Added an image and made the connection between this Narn and the Narn acolyte from Season 5; as they are portrayed by the same actor and use the same voice and make-up.)
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This '''Narn''' was a resident on [[Babylon 5]] during the [[Second Centauri Occupation of Narn]]. In [[2260]], he, [[G'Dok]], [[Ta'Lon]] and a group of other Narn persuaded Citizen [[G'Kar]] not to return to the [[Narn Homeworld]] to surrender to the [[Centauri]].<ref>[[A Day in the Strife]]</ref>
 
This '''Narn''' was a resident on [[Babylon 5]] during the [[Second Centauri Occupation of Narn]]. In [[2260]], he, [[G'Dok]], [[Ta'Lon]] and a group of other Narn persuaded Citizen [[G'Kar]] not to return to the [[Narn Homeworld]] to surrender to the [[Centauri]].<ref>[[A Day in the Strife]]</ref>
   
He would remain on the station and become one of G'Kar's most devout acolytes.<ref>[[The Ragged Edge]][[Meditations on the Abyss]]
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He would remain on the station and become one of G'Kar's most devout acolytes.<ref>[[The Ragged Edge]]
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</ref><ref>[[Meditations on the Abyss]]</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 13:45, September 23, 2017


"The only way out is through all of us."

Narn #2, 2260


This Narn was a resident on Babylon 5 during the Second Centauri Occupation of Narn. In 2260, he, G'Dok, Ta'Lon and a group of other Narn persuaded Citizen G'Kar not to return to the Narn Homeworld to surrender to the Centauri.[1]

He would remain on the station and become one of G'Kar's most devout acolytes.[2][3]

References

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